Basic Legal Writing for Paralegals

Paperback | December 19, 2006

byPamela Tepper

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Want to learn the basics of clear, effective legal writing? The applied, practical approach of Basic Legal Writing for Paralegals combines legal concepts and terminology with hands-on applications in legal drafting. It provides students with all the basic tools they need to communicate effectively in the legal field.This text introduces the key concepts in the legal field of Contracts in a fresh light, while presenting the topics in a straightforward and comprehensive manner.

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Want to learn the basics of clear, effective legal writing? The applied, practical approach of Basic Legal Writing for Paralegals combines legal concepts and terminology with hands-on applications in legal drafting. It provides students with all the basic tools they need to communicate effectively in the legal field.This text introduce...

Format:PaperbackDimensions:384 pages, 10.8 × 8.4 × 0.6 inPublished:December 19, 2006Publisher:McGraw-Hill EducationLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0073403032

ISBN - 13:9780073403038

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Table of Contents

Part I: Research

Chapter 1: The Sources of the Law

Chapter 2: Legal Research Finding Tools

Chapter 3: The Case Brief

Part II: Legal Writing Basics

Chapter 4: Introduction to Legal Writing

Chapter 5: The Mechanics of Construction

Chapter 6: Effective and Persuasive Legal Writing

Chapter 7: Integrating Citations into Legal Writing

Part III: Practical Writing Applications

Chapter 8: The Basics of Legal Correspondence

Chapter 9: The Internal Office Memorandum

Chapter 10: The Basics of Pleadings

Chapter 11: Discovery

Part IV: Persuasive Writing

Chapter 12: Memorandum to the Trial Court

Chapter 13: The Appellate Brief